Last of the Summer Wine: Season 3, Episode 6

Going to Gordon's Wedding (1 Dec. 1976)

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Gordon is said to be Compo's nephew and he is getting married - but when the Best Man is injured it's Compo to the rescue with hilarious results




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Episode complete credited cast:
Bill Owen ...
Brian Wilde ...
Liz Goulding ...
Margaret Burton ...
Gordon's Mum
Kathy Staff ...
Joan Scott ...
Josie's Mum
John Barrard ...
Josie's Dad
Paul Luty ...
Barry Hart ...
Brian Pettifer ...
The Best Man
John Dunbar ...
Gwyneth Owen ...
John Rutland ...


Gordon is said to be Compo's nephew and he is getting married - but when the Best Man is injured it's Compo to the rescue with hilarious results

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[first lines]
Compo: [holds out flowers] Hey.
[Nora slams the door]
Compo: Ah, come on, Nora. Don't muck about. I'm not after thy luscious body. I just want thee to fix me flower to me button-hole.
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too bad this was the last seen of Gordon
1 June 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Once I figured out that it was Philip Jackson playing Gordon - he plays Inspector Japp in Poirot with David Suchet - it made watching him in LOTSW so much more fun. I loved his mum, too. This episode showed the Trio at their best. Loved it, as I do the vast majority of what I've seen of this series so far. Saturday evenings are not complete without this easy-going, enjoyable show. The actors look like 'real' people, and the countryside shots are heavenly. I get a lot of 'laughter therapy' from the scrapes and adventures that Compo, Clegg, and Foggy find themselves in.

FYI: It was Paul Luty as Big Malcolm who appeared in 'The Man From Oswestry' in Foggy's first episode, not Big Eric.

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